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COPIAH-LINCOLN 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

1997-98 Athletics 




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DR. HOWELL C. GARNER 
College President 

I am pleased to welcome you to Copiah-Lincoln Community College, I trust that your visit will be an 
enjoyable one. 

Our coaching staff is dedicated to providing the best training for our athletes and to providing an 
opportunity for them to learn and practice good sportsmanship while they enjoy the sport in a com- 
petitive manner. Both coaches and players have worked hard to prepare for the season. In addition, 
our band, cheerleaders, and other support groups have also worked hard to prepare for a great sea- 
son for all sports. I ask that you support all of these groups through your attendance and enthusiasm 
throughout the year. 

For many years Co-Lin has had a rich tradition of successful sports programs. This tradition has been 
established by hard work and dedication, as well as talent, on the part of coaches and student ath- 
letes. We wish them the very best as they represent us in the competitive arena this year. 

To our visiting coaches and athletic teams we extend a special welcome. We extend our best wishes 
as you participate in this sporting event. To our visitors, friends and colleagues, we hope that your 
stay is an enjoyable one. We welcome you back at any time. 

To our students, parents and other family members, and to our patrons, we offer our thanks for your 
support of our athletic program at Co-Lin. You are very special to us, and your strong support of 
sporting events has become a tradition that makes Co-Lin special. 




Board of Trustees 



The Board of Trustees is composed of (front, 1 to r) Calvin Britt, Copiah County; John Lotterhos, 
Board Attorney; Louis Dugas, Dean of Vocational-Technical Instruction; John Dow, Lincoln County; 
Dr. James Stribling, Lincoln County; L. G. Young, Franklin County; R. Sidney Parker, Simpson 
County; Eugene Bates, Jefferson County; Dr. Billy B. Thames, Co-Lin President; and Dr. Howell 
Garner, Dean of the College. (Second row) Kenneth Bailey, Lawrence County; Mrs. Martha Sinclair, 
Lincoln County, Billy Britt, Lincoln County; Paul Johnson, Dean of Natchez Campus; Don Cagle, 
Copiah County; Mrs. Thelma Newsome, Adams County; Mrs. Frances Doss, Adams County; Mrs. 
Mildred Williams, Copiah County; and Mrs. Marilyn Brown, Secretary to the President. (Third row) 
Dr. George Brumfield, Lincoln County; Johnny Rushing, Lincoln County; Neal Ravenhorst, Business 
Manager of Natchez Campus; Melton King, Adams County; Roy Winkworth, Adams County; Dale 
Sullivan, Copiah County; Dr. Steve Wells, Lincoln County; and Mary Cleveland, Copiah County. 
(Fourth row) Jack McAlpin, Simpson County; Ray Ishee, Dean of Students; James E. Kyzar, Business 
Manager; Troy Douglas, Director of the Physical Plant; Jack Burt, Copiah County; John Bull, Lawrence 
County; Larry Jones, Franklin County; and Dr. Willie Hoskin, Adams County. (Not pictured) Gerald 
Horn, Adams County; and John Dickey, Jefferson County. 



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Coaching Staff 



GWYN YOUNG 
Athletic Director 

Women's Basketball 

Serving the college as athletic director since 1989, Gwyn Young has been 
head coach for the Lady Wolves basketball team for 21 years. Since coming to 
Co-Lin, he has seen his team win title after title and has compiled a record of 
436 wins and 149 losses to rank him in the top winningest NJCAA coaches in 
the nation. 

The Lady Wolves accomplishments during Coach Young's stay have been 
numerous: 13 regular season 1st place finishes, 7 South Division 
Championships, 11 State Tournaments Appearances, State Championships in 
1993 and 1997, Runner-up State Champions 1983 and 1984, Runner-up Region 
XXIII Championships in 1990 and 1996, Region XXIII Champions in 1989, 1993, 
and 1997, National Tournament appearances in 1989, 1993 and 1997. Coach 
Young's team finished 4th in the 1989 National Tournament and has been 
Nationally Ranked consistently at Co-Lin. 

Young was named Region XXIII Coach of the Year in 1989, 1993 and 1997. 
Coach of the Year honors were also received by Coach Young from the MACJC 
and the MAC in 1993. Young has also been named a Clarion-Ledger Coach of 
the Year for Junior Colleges on numerous occasions. 

Young also serves as a mathematics instructor. He holds an associate of 
arts degree from Co-Lin, a bachelor's degree from Mississippi College, and master's degree from the University of 
Southern Mississippi. 

Young is married to the former Velesta Smith, and they have two children, Lane, age 21, and Jessica, age 18. 




PHILLIP BROOME 
Head Football Coach 

Phillip Broome is in his third year as head football coach for the Wolves. His 1995 
Wolves posted an 8-2 recording earning him and his coaching staff "Coach of the Year" 
honors. Broome and his staff were also selected to coach the 1995 south community col- 
lege all-stars, winning 23-7 over the north squad. Last year Broome's Wolves posted a 7-3 
record. Broome served as defensive coordinator for five years prior to being named head 
football coach in 1995. He was a member of the coaching staff in 1989 and 1990 when the 
Wolves were South State Champs. 

Broome is also employed as a science instructor, receiving the NISOD award for excel- 
lence in teaching in 1994. He earned his bachelor of science and master of science degrees 
from the University of Southern Mississippi. 

He is married to the former Cynthia Batson, and they have two sons, Tyler, 10, and 
Caleb, 5. 



DAVID CROSS 

Assistant Football Coach 

In his fourth year as an assistant for the Wolves, David Cross serves as defensive coor- 
dinator and defensive line coach. From 1991 to 1993 he served as head football coach and 
athletic director at Greensboro High School in Greensboro, Alabama. While there the team 
posted a 22-8 mark and advanced to the state playoffs in all three years. Cross also spent 
three years as defensive coordinator at Marion Institute and two years at Mississippi State 
with Coach Rocky Felker. 

He earned a bachelor of science degree in physical education and later received his 
master of education degree, all from Mississippi State University. Additional studies were 
completed at Blinn College and Livingston University. 

A Starkville native, Cross is married to the former Sherry Tanksley of Louisville. They 
have two children, Kristen Nicole, 9, and James Kyle, 4. 




Coaching Staff 




CALVIN M. GREEN 

Assistant Football Coach 

Calvin M. Green joined the coaching staff at Co-Lin in January, 1994. 

Green graduated from Monticello High School and attended Copiah-Lincoln Junior 
College after high school. He graduated from Alcorn State University. 

He served as assistant defensive back coach at East Mississippi Community College 
at Scooba for two years from 1992 and 1993 under the former Mississippi State All 
American and National Football League standout Tom Goode. Green also did his practice 
coaching at Lawrence County High School. 

At Monticello High School he was a three-year letterman defensive back. At Co-Lin 
he was a member of Coach Ray Ishee's state championship and East Bowl champions team 
in 1985. In 1986, he received honors as most valuable defensive back, All State, All Region 
XXIII and was chose for the All-Star team. At Alcorn State he was a letterman in 1987 and 
a member of the nation's best secondary in 1988. 

He is married to the former Falana Armstrong and they are parents of a small son, 
Farrod. 



CHARLES SUTTON 

Assistant Football Coach 

For 14 years, wide receiver coach Charles Sutton has been providing leadership as a 
member of the Wolves coaching staff. While associated with the Wolfpack, he has seen the 
Wolves capture the state title in 1985, and has seen the team capture the south division 
crown in 1986, 1989, and 1990. 

Sutton served as assistant track coach in 1987, when the team won the state title. He 
also currently serves as counselor for the college's Upward Bound program, a position he 
has held for 15 years. 

Before joining the Co- Lin staff, Sutton worked as a classroom teacher and counselor in 
the Lawrence County School System. He earned his bachelor of science degree from 
Alcorn State University, and he has a Master of Education from Jackson State University. 

Sutton and his wife, Evelyn, have two sons, Victor, 24, and Renard, 19. 





RICKEY CLOPTON 

Assistant Football Coach 

A native of Wesson, Rickey Clopton has 19 years of coaching experience with stints at 
Ocean Springs, Terry, and Wesson. He served as a head coach for 18 of the 19 years with 
14 at Wesson High School. Rickey has been principal at Wesson Attendance Center for five 
years and serving as volunteer coach for this time at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. 

Clopton holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from Delta State University and a 
Master of Education degree from Jackson State University. 

Clopton is married to the former Mary Pettigrew. They have two children, Tommy, 23, 
and Michelle, 16. 



DAVID SMITH 

Women's Softball Coach 

This is the 5th season as head coach with a lifetime record of 110 and 52. His team has won 
enough to be able to compete in the state tournament in each of the last 5 seasons. Two of 
the best five years (1993 & 1995) the Lady Wolves won the state tournament and David 
was voted coach of the year in 1994 and 1996. 

A Loyd Star native, David graduated from Co-Lin in 1980 and from the University of 
Southern Mississippi in 1982. He later received his masters in education administration 
from Jackson State University. 

He and his wife, the former Ramona Higdon, have two children, Justin, 12, and 
Lauren, 10. 




Coaching Staff 




DENNIS SIMS 

Men's Basketball Coach 

Dennis Sims is in his second year as men's basketball coach for the Wolves. His 1996- 
97 Wolves posted an 22-7 record, while finishing first during the regular season in South 
Division play. Sims was named "Coach of the Year" this past season by the MACJC and 
the MAC. Sims also received this same honor in 1989 while coaching at Southwest 
Mississippi Community College. 

A native of West Memphis, Arkansas, Sims' spent twelve years coaching at Southwest 
Mississippi Community College winning the South State Championship in 1989. Sims has 
also coached eleven years on the high school level winning two state championships and 
four over all state titles. He earned a bachelor of science degree in Physical Education from 
the University of Mississippi, and a master's degree in education from William Carey 
College. 

Sims is married to the former Ginny Johnson of Yazoo City, and they have four chil- 
dren, Law, 21, Casey, 18, Mary Kathryn, 9, and Mollie, 6. 



KEITH CASE 

Baseball Coach 

In his sixth season as head coach of the Wolfpack baseball team, Keith Case has turned 
the Co-Lin baseball program into one of the most competitive in the state. The Wolfpack 
have set school records twice for a number of wins in a season in the last four years under 
Case. 

Case also teaches in the mathematics department at Co-Lin. He earned a bachelor of 
science degree in physical education and a minor in mathematics from Mississippi State 
University in 1983. He received his master of education degree with emphasis in physical 
education from William Carey College in 1989. In 1991, he received his master of educa- 
tion with emphasis in mathematics from William Carey College. He has done additional 
work from Mississippi College and the University of Southern Mississippi. 

During the time since Case became head baseball coach there have been many 
changes in the physical plant of the baseball program. Sullivan Field has become a 
"Sparkling Diamond" with the addition of new stadium grandstands, modern pressbox 
and media area, sound system, restrooms and concessions. An up to date net backstop has added to the viewing pleasure 
for all baseball fans that attend Sullivan Field. 

A native of Tryus, Case graduated from Monticello High School in 1979. He is married to the former Susan Caffey of 
Jackson, and they have one daughter, Macie Marie Case, 6. 





MIKE McINTYRE 

Tennis Coach 

A USPTR-certif ied tennis teaching professional with a career dual match record of 270 
wins and 43 losses over 19 seasons at Co-Lin, Mike Mclntyre has been named MACJC 
"Coach of the Year" five times and NJCAA Region 23 "Coach of the Year" four times, while 
watching his Wolves win five state and four regional team championships, plus 17 other 
team honors. He has coached 64 individual state and regional champions and has had nine 
teams ranked in the NATIONAL TOP 25 ('86 women, '87 women, '88 men, '89 men, '90 
men, '91 men, '93 men, '96 men, and '97 men). The undefeated (24-0) 1990 team was the 
first Mississippi team to ever finish in the "TOP 10" in the NJCAA nationals. 

Mclntyre also serves as chair of the business division, teaches economics, and is an 
advisor to CL's very active Phi Beta Lambda chapter. As a student at Copiah-Lincoln he 
was selected to the Mississippi Junior College All-Star football team and was a member of 
a Wolfpack state championship track team while earning his associate of arts degree. He 
earned bachelor of science and master of business administration degrees from the 
University of Southern Mississippi. He has done additional work at USM, Mississippi 

College, Memphis State University, University of Utah, University of South Carolina, University of Texas- Arlington, and 

Dennis Van der Meer's Tennis University at Hilton. 

Mclntyre is married to the former Diane Payne, and they have one son, Michael, Jr., 17. 



Coaching Staff 




BOB RICKETTS 

Assistant Baseball Coach 

Bob Ricketts worked with the offensive line for five years, and he served as offensive 
coordinator from 1985 through 1988 for football. Ricketts saw the Wolves win the south 
division in 1986, 1989, and 1990, plus seeing the team capture the state, region, and East 
Bowl championships in 1985. 

In 1975, Ricketts was named NCAA Division II Southern Baseball Coach of the Year 
as head coach at Southeastern Louisiana University. Ricketts was also SLU's offensive 
coordinator. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from SLU and a master of science degree 
from the University of Southern Mississippi. 

Ricketts is married to the former Shirley Allen, and they have three children, Susan 
Trahan, Bobby Ricketts, Jr., and Jim Ricketts. Ricketts is a proud grandfather. 



RONNY ROSS 

Golf Coach 

Serving his second term at the Co-Lin campus, Ronny Ross took the reigns as the golf 
coach and head golf professional for Co-Lin's beautiful Wolf Hollow Golf Club. Before 
joining the Co-Lin staff, Ross worked as assistant golf professional at Oak Harbor Golf 
Club in Slidell, La. While there, he earned his Class A PGA status and also served as assis- 
tant golf coach to Pope John Paul High School. 

He earned a marketing and professional golf management degree from Mississippi 
State University in 1992. 

He married his high school sweetheart and former Co-Lin cheerleader, Elizabeth 

Marquett Ross, and they have one son, Jacob Wariner. 





JOHNNY WILLIAMS 

Assistant Women's Softball Coach 

A full-time faculty member for ten years, Johnny Williams will be serving his fifth 
year as an assistant coach for the Lady Wolves softball team. He also serves as team sta- 
tistician for the softball, men's and women's basketball, and the baseball teams. 

Before coming to Co-Lin, Williams served as an assistant coach in basketball and foot- 
ball at Crescent City Baptist High School in Metairie, Louisiana. He also served as an assis- 
tant football and baseball coach at Bogue Chitto High School in the 1970s. 

He is married to the former Cindy Hodges of Bogue Chitto, and they have two sons, 
Ryan and Wade. 



BRENDA SMITH 

Women's Tennis Coach 

Brenda Smith is entering her second year as the women's tennis coach. The return of 
women's tennis to Co-Lin last year proved to be a valuable learning experience for the 
entire team. The team was nominated for Academic All- American honors. Four of the six 
team members will return for the '97- '98 season with the addition of four promising new 
additions. 

Smith also serves as an instructor and the chairperson for the Physical Education 
Department. She earned her associate of art degree from Cloud County Community 
College (Concordia, KS) as well as a bachelor of science and master of education degrees 
from Mississippi College. Before joining the Co-Lin coaching staff, she was the tennis 
coach at Wingfield H.S. (Jackson, MS) for three years. Her teams won two city champi- 
onships and she coached a two-time Boys Singles champion. This summer she became a 
certified professional of the USPTR. 

She is marred to Steve Smith of Wesson and is the proud mother of two sons, Matt, 4, 
and Josh, 3. 




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tors have years of experience in their respective 
fields. 

And that's not all — friendly advisors on both the 
Wesson and Natchez campuses can arrange scholar- 
ships, financial aid, dormitory facilities, class sched- 
ules, and can fulfill numerous other needs making 
your transition into a Co-Lin college student an easy 
one. Co-Lin also provides the most up-to-date facili- 
ties and the small classroom atmosphere that allows 
you the individual attention you deserve. 

Plans for furthering your education after graduat- 
ing from Co-Lin can be made with no hassles. Co- 
Lin's academic program hours are accepted at all 
accredited colleges and universities. 

The place to begin — that's Co-Lin, ready to help 
you with your educational goals and to help you real- 
ize those dreams. 



The Place To Begin 

New Beginnings — life's full of them, and Copiah- 
Lincoln Community College is the place to begin 
your college education. Co-Lin makes those "big 
decisions" easier by helping you plan for your col- 
lege years and also by seeing you through those 
years. Whether you're considering a career in law, 
cosmetology, pharmacy, auto mechanics, or any 
other occupation, Co-Lin's faculty and staff care 
enough personally to help you decide on an acade- 
mic, technical, or vocational curriculum to suit your 
ambitions. 

It's easy to begin college life with instructors who 
care about you and want you to succeed. All Co-Lin 
academic faculty hold master's degrees, and over 65 
percent have completed or have done work toward 
their doctorates, and vocational-technical instruc- 





The Place To 
Become Involved 

College life should be more than just 
day after day classes. You've got to live 
it up too. Whatever your personality or 
individual taste is, we've got activities 
and organizations for you. For the ath- 
letic, involvement in varsity or intra- 
mural sports is a must! The Co-Lin 
Wolves football, basketball, tennis, base- 



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To Be.... 





ball, track and softball teams offer opportunities to 

prospective varsity athletes. For those who are looking 

for a little fun competition, the intramural activities are 

for you. End your busy day with some 8-ball, foosball, 

pingpong, or flag football. 

If your thing is music, join Co-Lin's "Blue Wave" 

band, choir, or Sojourners performing group and show 

off your talent or become a part in one 
of Co-Lin's many clubs and organiza- 
tions. Just take your pick - The Student 
Government Association, Phi Theta 
Kappa scholastic fraternity, "Wolf 
Tales" newspaper staff, Microcosm and 
English Club staff need you! 

Wait, - there's more. Terrific dances, 
an FM radio station, Christian fellow- 
ship, pep rallies, free movies, and the 
game room all add up to a year of 
excitement and entertainment. 

And the Wesson campus is not far 
from more fun. Less than an hour away, 
a trip to the capital city of Jackson is 
more than convenient. A day of swim- 
ming, fishing, golfing and skiing is def- 
initely not out of the question with our own golf course, Lake Lincoln and other recreational facilities close at 

hand. 

The place to become involved - that's Co-Lin, offering you more than just an everyday routine. 

The Place To Believe In Yourself 

Co-Lin is truly a community college surrounding you 
with people who can make a difference in your life. As a 
student, you'll actually feel the "close to home" qualities 
that make Co-Lin a place for learning and living. 

Visit the Co-Lin campuses in Wesson and Natchez and 
get to know us. Investigate the cost of attending Co-Lin as 
compared to other colleges and universities and see that we 
offer students a real educational bargain. 

Constantly adding new and renovating existing facili- 
ties, such as the $4.6 million Natchez academic complex, 
and this summer's renovation of Maggie Flowers Ewing 
Fine Arts Building and continually beginning new pro- 
grams and /or courses on both campuses, Co-Lin is defi- 
nitely the place to begin your college education and to 
make plans for the future. 

The place to believe in yourself — that's Co-Lin, pro- 
viding lifelong knowledge and friendships. 

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Back The Pack 



COPIAH-LINCOLN 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Football '97 



Copiah-Lincoln 
Football Schedule 



Opponent 

Miss. Delta 

Coahoma 

Holmes 

Hinds 

Jones 

Southwest 

Pearl River 

Gulf Coast 

East Central 

Northeast 



Day Date Site Time 

Thursday Sept. 4 Wesson 7:00 

Thursday Sept. 11 Clarksdale 7:00 

Thursday Sept. 18 Goodman 7:00 

Thursday Sept. 25 Wesson 7:00 

Saturday Oct.4 Ellisville 7:00 

Thursday Oct. 9 Wesson 7:00 

Saturday Oct. 18 Poplarville 6:00 

Saturday Oct. 25 Wesson (HC) 3:00 

Thursday Oct. 30 Decatur 6:30 

Thursday Nov. 6 Wesson 7:00 



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Broome looks toward successful season 



A better overall league awaits the first appear- 
ance of the 1997 edition of the Wolf pack, according 
to Phil Broome, head coach. 

Broome cites coaching changes at several com- 
munity colleges as the reason that his team will face 
some tough competition. 

However, Broome looks at what made the team 
successful last year as a foundation for success this 
year. 

"One thing that made us successful is that we 
didn't have a lot of solo stars," he remembered. "We 
had a bunch of stars who were team players." 

He also noted that they did so well, 7-3 on the 
season, because the team played hard every single 
down from August through November. He plans to 
motivate them to do the same this year. 

"We make them play over their heads," Broome 
said. "This is another key to our success." 




Returning to the team this year are a number of 
the 1996 squad who helped to make it a winning 
team. 

Returning offensive players are Brian Barlow, 
punter; Todd Davis and Randy Morrow, tight ends; 
Maurice Frank and Joey Hydrick, offensive linemen; 
James Mangum, Fred Patrick, and Ken Washington, 
running backs; Cedric Rhodes and Chris Williams, 
offensive linemen; Damien Rosetti, kicker; and Brian 
Griffin, wide receiver. Lost to injury is wide receiver 
Ty Traxler. 

Defensive returnees are Torrey Barnes, defensive 
lineman; Brian Blanford, Jeremy Clark, Ashley 
Cooper, Devon Dampier, defensive backs; Kelby 
Bowman, Kenmantel Davis, and Johnny Franklin, 
linebackers; Carlos Smith and Leon Williams, defen- 
sive ends; and Sedric Weathersby, defensive tackle. 

Broome would not commit to saying who their 
toughest opponents would be. He restated the fact 
that the league is better overall and the tale would 
be told on the field. 




But, Broome also 
is quick to point out 
that academics plays 
a big part in what the 
team focuses on. 

"You can't just 
say winning and los- 
ing are important," 
Broome said. "After 
it's all said and done, 
what have you got?" 

That's why 

Broome says a focus 
on education is so 
important. At the first 
meeting we talk 
about education, 
study hall, class 
attendance and other areas concerning academics. 

"You've got to look at it realistically," Broome 
said. "They're here for an education." 

Players also discuss how their actions affect 
them on campus. How to act like a gentleman is just 
as important as how to act like a winning football 
team. 

Broome, a classroom science instructor, has a 
personal philosophy of teaching which he shared. 

"My main concern is to develop a person acade- 
mically, spiritually, emotionally and with character," 
says Broome in his philosophy statement. 

"I firmly believe that developing a person 
whether in the classroom or on the football field can 
be directly attributed to expectations." 

These expectations will be high on the field this 
year for the Wolfpack. But, as Broome says, "I tell 
my players that since my expectations and the 
demands I place on them are so high that I will take 
care of them. 

As Broome fulfills that promise to his players, 
the season looks for its results. 




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1997 Mhktic Hall of fame 




Five outstanding former athletes of the college have been 
selected to the 1997 Athletic Hall of Fame. 

This year's recipients are the late F. M. Fortenberry; George 
Allen Pell of Berwick, Penn.; Randy Shivers of New Hebron; 
Pauline Taylor Stokes of Summit; and Gwyn Henderson Young of 
Wesson. 

The fivesome join a distinguished group, dating back to 1978. 

FORTENBERRY 
The late F. M. Fortenberry is a Co-Lin legend, having been 
president, administrator, teacher and coach from 1939 to 1942 and 
from 1945 to 1968. 

In his earliest years at Co-Lin, Mr. Fortenberry coached foot- 
ball, baseball, and girls' basketball. 

A native of Polkville in 
Smith County, he was the son of 
Walter James and Belle Barfield 
Fortenberry. 

He completed his high 
school work in Clinton and received 
an Associate of Arts degree from 
Hinds, a bachelor's degree from 
Mississippi College, and a master of 
arts degree from the University of 
Mississippi. 

He began his career at Co- 
Lin in 1939 as assistant football 
coach, assistant dean of men, and 
teacher where he remained until 
1942. 

He served his country by 
joining the United State Navy in 
World War II and as an instructor in the United States Air Force 
until 1944. 

Mr. Fortenberry returned to Co-Lin in 1945 as athletic director 
and head football coach, later being named dean of men. In 1950 he 
was selected administrative assistant to the president, J. M. Ewing, 
and served in that capacity until 1956 when he was elevated to 
president, a position he held until 1968. 

In 1968 he assumed a position with the state department of 
education as supervisor and director of the state division of junior 
colleges. He served until his untimely death on August 31, 1970, 
two days after his 57th birthday. 

Francis Marion Fortenberry helped thousands of young men 
and women achieve their educational ambitions. The 1955 Trillium 
yearbook was dedicated to him and in 1966 the vocational-techni- 
cal building was named in his honor. 

After having played baseball and football at Hinds, he was 
selected to its Athletic Hall of Fame in 1985. 

He was active in the Lions Club, Rotary Club, Mississippi 
Economic Council. He was a Sunday School teacher and deacon at 
Wesson Baptist Church. 

Mr. Fortenberry was active in the National and Mississippi 
Education Associations, Phi Delta Kappa, Southern Association of 
Colleges and Schools where he was a trustee at the time of his 
death, and The Mississippi Junior College Association, where he 
served as president. He was a sponsor of Co-Lin's Phi Theta Kappa 
chapter at one time. He was a colonel on the staff of two governors. 
He was secretary-treasurer of the Mississippi Association of 
Colleges. 

He was married to the former Nona Gillis of Ackerman, a 
long-time Co-Lin and Hinds teacher, now retired. 

PELL 
A native of Hazlehurst, George Allen Pell and his family 
reside in Berwick, Penn. 

He lettered in track and field at Co-Lin in 1966 and 1967. In 
1966 he competed in the 120-yard hurdles, 220-yard hurdles, long 
jump and high jump, placed second in the 120-yard hurdles, and 
fourth in the long jump. Pell was awarded a trophy for the highest 




individual points (16) at the state meet, helping the Co-Lin Wolves 
to a second overall place. 

In 1967 he competed in the 120-yard high hurdles, 220 yard 
low hurdles, long jump, high jump, 
and the mile relay. At the state meet 
Pell won the 120-yard high hurdles 
and long jump, placed second in 
220-yard low hurdles, third in high 
jump, and ran leg-on on third place 
in the mile relay. For his perfor- 
mance for the second consecutive 
year he was awarded the trophy for 
the highest individual points (17- 
3/4) and Co-Lin won the state title 
for the first time since 1938. 

At Delta State University he 
also lettered in 1968 and 1969 in 
track and field. 

In 1968 Pell competed in the 
120-yard high hurdles, 180-yard 
intermediate hurdles, 440-yard 
intermediate hurdles, high jump, long jump triple jump and the 
javelin. He set a Delta State record in the 120-yard high hurdles 
(14.9 second) and 440-yard intermediate hurdles (20.5 seconds) and 
440-yard intermediate hurdles (56.3 seconds). He was given a tro- 
phy for the highest number of individual points for 1968. 

In 1969 he competed in the same events, dropping the 180- 
yard intermediate hurdles. Again he set records, this time in the 
120-yard high hurdles (14.6 seconds) and 440-yard intermediate 
hurdles (56.0 seconds). In the Mississippi Intercollegiate Track 
finals he won the 120-yard high hurdles and placed second in the 
440-yard intermediate hurdles. He set a Delta State record of 101 
points scored in six track meets and once again won a trophy for 
highest individual points in track and field for 1969. He received a 
trophy for most valuable player in track and field for 1969. 

Further he was a member of Beta, Beta, Beta honors fraternity 
in biological science, member of "M" Club, and selected to 1969's 
Outstanding College Athletes of America. He did one year gradu- 
ate work at Mississippi State University. 

A Vietnam veteran, he was in the United States Army from 
1971-72, serving with the military police stationed with 18 M.P. 
Brigade, 716th M.P. Battalion, Company A in Saigon. After two 
months he was transferred to Headquarters Company A and given 
acting promotion to Sergeant E5. He was assigned as Operations 
Control for Company A and he designed and implemented a 
Battalion Defense Plan for the 716th Battalion. He was selected as 
Outstanding Soldier of the Month for the 716th Battalion, was an 
escort guard for Miss America 1971 and was awarded the Bronze 
Star Medal. 

Since 1995 he has been employed by Lady Ester Lingerie 
Corporation, as director of the contracts division for the United 
States and Mexico. From 1994-95 he was at Columbia Knit in 
Portland, Oregon, as director of manufacturing; from 1992-94 at 
Berkliff Corporation of New York as director of manufacturing, 
working out of their Arkansas facility and later plant manager; in 
October, 1991, as consultant to Berkliff; and from 1983-91 at Miss 
Elaine, Inc. in St. Louis, Mo., serving in several positions and as co- 
inventor of the Airflow Removal System received a patent. 

In 1985 he became a volunteer in the partnership Program of 
the St. Louis Public Schools, a program which brings community 
business partners, school teachers and students together in order to 
provide curriculum reinforcing instructions through classroom 
seminars, workshops, and field trips to local businesses. 

In 1987 Pell received a Letter of Commendation from the St. 
Louis Board of Education for Outstanding Volunteer Commitment 
to students and schools of St. Louis and also he received a Letter of 
Commendation from the Mayor of the City of St. Louis for public 
relations efforts in support of education. 



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In April of 1987, he was selected for the 1987 Award of Honor 
bv the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) for 
Exemplary Practice of Good Public Relations in Support of 
Education. 

In June of 1987, Pell was selected to the Special Advisory 
Committee for the President's Board for the Private Sectors. "Our 
objective was to analyze the School Partnership Program and 
develop guidelines for areas throughout the nation interested in 
starting a School Partnership Program. Our evaluation and guide- 
lines were later published in the Harvard Business Review," he 
said. 

Pell is married to the former Laurie Sharp of Hazlehurst. 
Children are Michael Allen Pell, 26; Kimberly Michelle Pell Haus, 
23; Tanya Carinae Pell, 14; and Mary Cathryn Pell, 6. Two grand- 
children are Jaren Elric Pell and Allen Ray Haus, both 2. 

SHIVERS 
Randy Shivers of New Hebron lettered in both football and 
track while a student at Copiah-Lincoln in 1972-74. 

As a sophomore Shivers was named to the First Team, AU- 
American, and First Team, All-State, in football. 

A native of New Hebron where he completed high school, 
Shivers received his Associate of Arts Degree from Co-Lin in 1974 
and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology from 

Mississippi State University in 1977. 
Since 1994, he has been 
employed as a football coach and 
teacher at New Hebron Junior High 
School and with a telecommunica- 
tions company. 

From 1993 to 1994 Shivers 
was assistant football coach as 
strength conditioning coordinator, 
and defensive secondary coach at 
Lawrence County High School in 
Monticello. 

From 1985 to 1993, he was in 
the appliance and trucking business 
in New Hebron. 

From 1997 to 1985, he was 

assistant football coach at New 

Hebron High School where his 

duties included strength condition coordinator, special teams 

coach, and defensive secondary coach. 

Shivers is an active member of New Hebron Baptist Church 
where he is Sunday School Teacher in the 10-12th grade area. 

He is a member of the New Hebron Volunteer Fire 
Department; member of the Aerobic and Fitness Association of 
America, where he is a certified personal trainer; a member of the 
New Hebron Lions Club and the New Hebron Jaycees. He was pre- 
sented the Outstanding Young Men of America award. 

Shivers and his wife, Tracey are parents of Shelby, 2-1/2. 

STOKES 
Pauline Taylor Stokes is being inducted for her outstanding 
performance on the basketball court. 

At Co-Lin her team lost only one game in two years, grabbing 
the state championship both years. She started at the guard posi- 
tion both years and was named All-State her sophomore year. 
Hustle and quickness were her principal characteristics. The court 
back then was divided into two equal parts — guards and forwards 
and Stokes played the guard back court. 

After Co-Lin, she attended the University of Southern 
Mississippi and taught school and coached in Simpson County for 
several years. 

After her marriage and the birth of two daughters, she became 
a full time mother for a few years. Later she returned to work and 
retired from the Pike County Welfare Department. 

She is active in the Pisgah Methodist Church where she teach- 
es Sunday School and is treasurer of the United Methodist Women. 
From 1962 to 1970 she and her husband, Lamar L. Stokes Jr., 
provided a lighted ballfield for their community. There were 16 
teams that used the field each week — men, women, and children 
played every night except Wednesday and Sunday with an average 
attendance of approximately 200 each night. The Stokes have sup- 





ported Little League Baseball and 
Rotary Basketball through the 
years. 

Their two daughters are 
Phillis Stokes Wuller, a teacher in 
San Antonio, Texas, and Dixie 
Stokes, a faculty member at 
Southwest Mississippi Community 
College. Both daughters are 
Southwest graduates and graduates 
of the University of Southern 
Mississippi and Dixie also holds a 
master of science from USM. Four 
grandsons include two who are stu- 
dents at Mississippi State 
University and two in the McComb 
School System. 

YOUNG 
Gwyn Henderson Young, head basketball coach for the Lady 
Wolves of Copiah-Lincoln Community College, lives in Wesson 
with his family. 

Young has been employed at Co-Lin since 1975 as women's 
basketball coach and since 1989 as athletic director. In 1975-77 he 
was also assistant men's basketball coach. 

From 1973 to 1975 he was assistant men's basketball coach, 
junior varsity coach, and drivers education teacher at Brookhaven 
High School. 

At Mississippi College he played basketball and was most 
valuable player and team captain in 1973. At Co-Lin he was All- 
Star, Second Team, and team captain in 1971. He was an outstand- 
ing athlete at West Lincoln High School where his 1968 team was 
state runners-up. 

A 1971 Co-Lin graduate with an Associate of Arts degree, 
Young received his Bachelor of Science in health and physical edu- 
cation in 1973 from Mississippi College. He has 30 additional hours 
work at USM and MSU. He received his master's degree in school 
administration in 1976 from USM. 

His win-loss record for the Lady Wolves is 436-149, making 
him one of the Top Ten Winningest Coaches in the National Junior 
College Athletic Association. 

His teams have seen 12 regular season First Place finishes; 7 
South Division Championships; 11 
State Tournament appearances; 2 
MACJC State Championship Teams, 
in 1993 and 1997, this past season; 2 
MACJC State Runner-up titles, in 
1983 and 1985; 3 Region 23 
Championships (1989, 1993, and 
1997); 17 Region 23 appearances; 
and 3 NJCAA National Tournament 
appearances (1989, 1993, and 1997) 
with the fourth place finish in 1989 
Young has been named 
Coach of the Year by the MACJC in 
1993 and the NJCAA Region 23 in 
1989, 1993, and 1997. He has been 
picked by the Clarion-Ledger news- 
paper as one of Top Junior College 
Coaches of the Year on numerous 
occasions. 

He was Coach of the Year in softball in 1988 by the MACJC 
and Region 23 when the Lady Wolves won the state and Region 23 
softball championships. 

His Lady Wolves in basketball have averaged over 23.6 wins 
per season, have been consistently nationally-ranked by the 
NJCAA Basketball Poll, and his 1993 team in basketball won the 
state title with 29-0 record and Region 23 with a 32-0 record. 

Young is an active member of the Mississippi Association of 
Coaches, the Mississippi Community/Junior College Faculty 
Association, and the Copiah-Lincoln Education Association. He is 
a deacon of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. 

Young is married to the former Velesta Smith and they are par- 
ents of two children, Lane, 21, and Jessica, 18. 




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Leading cheers for the Wolves and Lady Wolves are (left to right) Stacey Fitzsimmons and Ryan 
Berry; Stacie Reid and Billy Lowe; Lenora Lee and Joey Green; Angie Mullins and Peyton Creek, mas- 
cot; Jennifer Alexander and Landon Smith; Terah Smith and Fabio Santos; and Lee Higginbotham and 
Bobby Jones. 



Cheerleaders Lead Wolfpac 



Cheerleading is a year round sport. The 1997-98 
cheerleading squad was selected in April, with prac- 
tices beginning in May. After a summer of practice, 
practice and more practice the cheerleaders are excit- 
ed about performing at Co-Lin sporting events. 

The summer was busy for the cheerleaders. In 
addition to regular practice sessions, the squad 
attended a cheerleading camp at Northwest 
Mississippi Community College, conducted by Bill 
Thalimer, coach for the 1989 National Cheerleader 
College Champions. The camp focused on elite 
stunting and tumbling. 

The cheerleaders conducted a junior high cheer- 





leader camp in July. The camp included choreogra- 
phy instruction in the form of chants, cheers, dances 
and stunting. The camp gave junior high school 
cheerleaders the opportunity to work one on one 
with Co-Lin's cheerleaders to further develop their 
cheerleading skills. The camp was conducted to raise 
funds for various cheerleader activities. 

This year's squad members are Angie Mullins, 
Monticello, and Joey Green, Wesson, co-head cheer- 
leaders; Landon Smith and Lenora Lee, both of 
Wesson; Fabio Santos, Bobby Jones, and Peyton 
Creel, mascot, all of Magee; Lee Higginbotham and 
Terah Smith, both of Collins; Jennifer Alexander, 
Jayess; Ryan Berry, New Hebron; Billy Lowe, 
Monticello; Stacey Fitzsimmons, Brookhaven; and 
Stacie Reid, alternate, Jayess. 

Cheerleader sponsor is Twana Morse. 



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'Disco Fever' Blue Wave Style '97 

Get down tonight! Yep, the 110 member Blue Wave Band is 

going to make you think that you and your dance partner have 

stepped back to the seventies complete with disco-king John 

Travolta. You will see flashing strobes and colored spotlights pro- 
vided by a sensational color guard, the powerful pulse of a fifty 

piece, kicking horn-line (each section is strong this season, espe- 
cially the brass), a drum line that could push the space shuttle, and 

yes.. ..dancers, dancers, dancers.... the 1997 Colettes. YOU ARE 

GOING TO HAVE DISCO FEVER! 

All of the Blue Wave celebrate the opening of our mega-disco 

dance party with Kool and the Gang's ..."Celebration" of course, 

and then rocking right into YMCA by the more popular than ever 

Village People. 

Color, motion and dance are then provided by the Colettes and 

color guard, all backed up by the Blue Wave horn line and drums to 

the music of Donna Summer's "She Works Hard for the Money." 

This first production number will be changed during the season and others added with such hits as 

K. C. and the Sunshine Band medley of "Shake 
Your Booty" and "That's the Way I Like It." 

A percussion and production number follows 
which is musically and visually inspired by a 
medley of Bee Gee tunes including the beautiful 
ballad "How Deep Is Your Love" and the 
Saturday Night Fever mainstay "Stayin' Alive." 
The percussion section is cooking, so hang on to 
your dancin' shoes! 

Its getting late so we had better get ready for 
one last shake-down. The Blue Wave's closer 
makes use from two great movies to provide a 
great conclusion to a night out... the entire band 
closes with "Flashdance" and "Night Fever" 
from Saturday Night Fever.l 

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1997-98 Blue Wave 



DIRECTORS 

Steve Barnett, Director of Bands 

Stanley Stewart, Assistant Director 

Martha Barnett, Colette Director & Auxiliary 

Coordinator 

Chris Warren, Percussion Instructor 

DRUM MAJOR 

Miranda Pearson, Magee 

ALTO SAXOPHONE 

Joseph Hayes, Crystal Springs 

Jeffry Hearn, Monticello 

Anthony Rando, Brookhaven 

Sherrie Rhodes, Hazelhurst 

BARITONE 

Andrick Hampton, Mendenhall 

Jeremy Little, New Hebron 

Corey Lofton, Smithdale 

Aaron Sutton, Monticello 

Phillip Thornton, Harrisville 

Amos McGee, Monticello 

CLARINET 

Traci Arnold, Natchez 

Jennifer Bonds, Roxie 

Olivia Edwards, Meadville 

Angel Goodroe, Mendenhall 

Letha Honea, Sontag 

Antonya May, Jayess 

Emily Oliver, Roxie 

Roger Vincent, Monticello 

Katrina Smith, Magee 

Leigh Ann Hutchinson, Silver Creek 

TRUMPET 

Clark Beasley, Crystal Springs 

Steven Blackwell, Monticello 

Janna Bonds, Roxie 

Chris Bush, New Hebron 

Patrick Carr, Monticello 

Ginger Dunaway, Monticello 

Lance Golmon, Monticello 

Marc Haik, Crystal Springs 

Jaymie Heard, Wesson 

Justin Howard, Brookhaven 

Melanie Layton, Magee 

Stephanie Lofton, Magee 

Beau McManus, Crystal Springs 

David Poole, Meadville 



David Price, Brookhaven 

Melanie Rutland, Jayess 

Marsha Wallace, Monticello 

FLUTE 

Amy Davis, Crystal Springs 

HORN 

Steven Bragg, Magee 

Marleana Pittman, Monticello 

Jason Underwood, Crystal Springs 

Michael White, Columbia 

PERCUSSION 

Chris Smith, Jayess, captain 

Erik Beall, Hazlehurst 

Melissa McSweyn, Brookhaven 

Jamie Boyd, Jayess 

Jennifer Kilpatrick, Florence 

Luke Pickard, Hazlehurst 

Scott Craft, Magee 

Jon Davis, Wesson 

Jeff Kellum, Crystal Springs 

Chris Lincoln, Natchez 

Steven May, Magee 

Will Norman, Meadville 

Jason Powell, Reserve, La. 

Justin Smith, Jayess 

Boone Daughdrill, New Hebron 

TROMBONE 

Scott Barnard, Mendenhall 

Jimmy Bourn, Jayess 

Kim Davis, Silver Creek 

Wally Kellett, Raleigh 

Latanya Lee, Magee 

Brian Miller, Monticello 

Terry Whittington, Natchez 

TUBA 

Jarrett Fortenberry, Crystal Springs 

Eric Naquin, Brookhaven 

Melvin Pittman, Monticello 

George Walters, Roxie 

MANAGERS 

Latonya Dixon, Braxton 
Heath Edwards, Natchez 

Jay Hays, Magee 

Ben Young, Ridgecrest, La. 

Scott Young, Ferriday, La. 



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1997-98 Colettes/Color Guard 



COLETTES 

Megan Kyzar, Wesson, Head Colette 

Carrie Butler, Wesson 

Sandy Coburn, Meadville 

Amy Knerr, Brookhaven 

Stephanie Knight, Brookhaven 

Susann Lofton, Smitdale 

Haley Long, Wesson 

Candice Magee, Mendenhall, Co-Head Colette 

Lori Moulder, Brookhaven 

Amy Smith, Bogue Chitto 

Kristy Smith, Wesson 

Mandy Walker, Wesson 

Neisha Wallace, Brookhaven 

Diane Bailey, Brookhaven, Co-Head Colette 



COLOR GUARD 

Holly Alford, Liberty 

Carla Cashio, Zachary, La. 

Mandy Duncan, Brookhaven 

Lindy Lucas, Goodman 

Angela Sharborough, New Hebron 

Julie Van, Monticello 

Birdie Smith, Wesson, Co-Captain 

Amy King, Silver Creek 

Amy Blair, Magee 

Heidi Jordan, Jayess 

Natalie Smith, Brookhaven 

Amanda Polk, Brookhaven 

Kristy Roberson, Monticello 

Andi Agnew, Crystal Springs, Captain 



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Band officers are (left to right) Boone Daughdrill, freshman 
representative; Scott Barnard, sophomore representative; 
Jeremy Little, president; Scott Craft, vice-president; and Clark 
Beasley, secretary /treasurer. 




Heading the Blue Wave Marching Band are (left to right) 
Andi Agnew, flag captain; Birdie Smith, flag co-captain; Chris 
Smith, percussion captain; Diane Bailey, co-head Colette; Megan 
Kyzar, head Colette; and Candice Magee, co-head Colette. 

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Leading this year's Blue 
Wave Marching Band is Miranda 
Pearson. 



Lady Wolves 




#21 

CHASSITY CUBIE 

High School: Vidalia High 

School 
Position: Guard 
Height: 53" 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Vidalia, LA 
Parents: Mary Cubie & Kyle 

Cubie 
H.S. Coach: Lillian Johnson 



#11 

FELICIA FERGUSON 

High School: Bogue Chitto 

High School 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5'8" 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Bogue Chitto, MS 
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Joy 

Ferguson 
H.S. Coach: Mickey Myers 





#23 

CLARISSA 

TOMLINSON 

High School: Chapel Trafton 

, High School 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5'10" 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Melbourne, 

Australia 
Parents: Ray Tomlinson & 

Sandra Tomlinson 
H.S. Coach: Sharon Morris 



#33 

ERIN WILLIAMSON 

High School: Wesson High 

School 
Position: Forward 
Height: 5'9" 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Georgetown, MS 
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Steve 

Grimes & Mr. & Mrs. 

Edward Williamson 
H.S. Coach: Jill Nations 





#30 

SHIRLENA ALLEN 

High School: Brookhaven 

High School 
Position: Forward 
Height: 5'9" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Brookhaven, MS 
Parents: Maxine & Brady Allen 
H.S. Coach: Ronald Gill 



#20 

TAMELA CLARK 

High School: Jefferson County 

High School 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5'5" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Fayette, MS 
Parent: Carolyn Tyler 
H.S. Coach: Helen Gales 





#34 

KATRINA DOTSON 

High School: Jefferson County 

High School 
Position: Forward 
Height: 5'11" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Fayette, MS 
Parents: Levarn & Lucien 

Dotson 
H.S. Coach: Helen Gales 



#22 

KIZZY GREENE 

High School: Opelousas High 

School 
Position: Forward 
Height: 5'9" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Opelousas, LA 
Parents: Linda Greene & 

Vernell Jones 
H.S. Coach: Author 

Prudhomme 




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Lady Wolves 




#24 

TORIE HINSON 

High School: Simsboro High 

School 
Position: Forward 
Height: 57" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Natchez, MS 
Parents: Gloria Otwell & 

Jimmy Hinson 
H.S. Coach: Ricky Durrett 



#32 

KRISZTINA HOLLOSY 

High School: Szent-Gyorgyi 
Albert High School 

Position: Guard 

Height: 5'8" 

Class: Freshman 

Hometown: Szombathely, 
Hungary 

Parents: Ilona & Tibor Hollosy 

H.S. Coach: Tibor Hollosy 











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#45 

TIFFANY NOBLE 

High School: Loyd Star High 

School 
Position: Forward 
Height: 5'9" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Brookhaven, MS 
Parents: Tracy & Kevin Smith 
H.S. Coach: Lori Britt 



#42 

KANYMA O'QUINN 

High School: Jefferson County 

High School 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5'6" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Fayette, MS 
Parent: Essie Mae O'Quinn 
H.S. Coach: Helen Gales 





#40 

GWEN REDD 

High School: Brookhaven 

High School 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5'6" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Brookhaven, MS 
Parents: Joyice & Vernice Redd 
H.S. Coach: Ronald Gill 



#43 

DEMETRIC SMITH 

High School: Enterprise High 

School 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5'3" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Wesson, MS 
Parents: Dorothy Smith & 

John Jackson 
H.S. Coach: Billy Vaughn 





#50 

ANTRINETTE 

WILLIAMS 

High School: Jefferson County 

High School 
Position: Forward 
Height: 5'9" 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Fayette, MS 
Parents: Gloria & Kenneth 

Williams 
H.S. Coach: Helen Gales 




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Manager 



DAISY 
MOORE 
Manager 



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HILL 
Manager 



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About the Players 

SOPHOMORES 

CHASSITY CUBIE, a graduate of Vidalia High School, averaged 22 points and 7.8 rebounds as a senior. 
Chassity was All-District, All-Metro, All-Metro MVP, and named to numerous all-tournament teams. As fresh- 
man voted MACJC First Team All-State, played in 34 games, averaged 11.2 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 9 assists 
as a member of the Lady Wolves. 

FELICIA FERGUSON, a graduate of Bogue Chitto High School, averaged 15 points and 9 rebounds as a senior. 
Felicia was named All Lincoln County, All-District, All-State, 1996 1A State Runner-up Champions, and played 
in the Mississippi All-Star Game. Felicia played in 33 games and averaged 3.0 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.4 
assists as a member of the Lady Wolves. 

CLARISSA TOMLINSON, a graduate of Chapel Trafton High School, averaged 21 points and 9 rebounds as 
a senior. Clarissa was named MVP for District, All-Metro, All-State and made Australia Victorian State Team 5 
times. Clarissa played in 34 games and averaged 7.1 points, 4.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists, and MACJC Second Team 
All-State as a member of Lady Wolves. 

ERIN WILLIAMSON, a graduate of Wesson High School, averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds as a senior. Erin 
was named to All-Area Team for 1995, 1996, and Team MVP. Erin played in 15 games as a member of the Lady 
Wolves. 

FRESHMEN 

SHIRLENA ALLEN, a graduate of Brookhaven High School, averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds as a senior. 
Shirlena was All-District 1996 & 1997, All-South 1996, Team Leading Rebounder, and Defensive Leader for 1997. 

TAMELA CLARK, a graduate of Jefferson County High School, averaged 12.5 points and 8.12 rebounds as a 
senior. Tamela was team Best Defensive Player. 

KATRINA DOTSON, a graduate of Jefferson County High School, averaged 16 points and 9 rebounds as a 
senior. Katrina was a 1995 and 1997 All-District performer at Jefferson County. 

KIZZY GREENE, a graduate of Opelousas High School (Louisiana), averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds as a 
senior. Kizzy was All-District for 4 years, District MVP, St. Landry Parish MVP, All-State for 3 years, and played 
in the 1997 Louisiana All-Star Game. 

TORIE HINSON, a graduate of Simsboro High School (Louisiana), averaged 18.7 points and 10 rebounds as a 
senior. Torie was an All-District and All-State performer at Simsboro. Team MVP in 1994, 95, and 96. Now 
resides in Adams County. 

KRISZTINA HOLLOSY, a graduate of Szent-Gyorgyi Albert High School (Hungary), averaged 15 points, 3 
rebounds and 5 assists as a senior. 

TIFFANY NOBLE, a graduate of Loyd Star High School, averaged 14.6 points and 9 rebounds as a junior. 
Tiffany was an All-Lincoln County performer, named to numerous All-Tournament team and All-District in 
1995, and 1996. 

KANYMA O'QUINN, a graduate of Jefferson County High School, averaged 16 points and 5 rebounds as a 
senior. Kanyma was All-District in 1996 and 1997, and Team Most Outstanding. 

GWEN REDD, a graduate of Brookhaven High School, averaged 8 points and 4 rebounds as a senior. Gwen 
was named All-District 1996 & 1997, All-South 1996, Team Best Defense, Playmaker Assist Award, and out- 
standing performer in track. 

DEMETRIC SMITH, a graduate of Enterprise High School, averaged 15 points and 6 rebounds as a senior. 
Demetric was an All-District performer in 1996 and 1997, and All-State in 1996. 

ANTRINETTE WILLIAMS, a graduate of Jefferson County High School, averaged 16 points and 8 rebounds 
as a senior. Antrinette was All-District in 1997 and Team Best Free-Throw Shooter. 

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1997-98 Lady Wolves 




The Lady Wolves of 1997-98 are (seated, left to right) Stephanie Delaughter, manager; Tamela Clark, Chassity Cubie, Torie 
Hinson, Kanyma O'Quinn, Felicia Ferguson, Krisztina Hollosy, Gwen Redd, Demetric Smith, and Daisy Moore, manager. 
Standing are Jeff Moss, trainer; Gwyn Young, head coach; Kizzy Greene, Shirlena Allen, Clarissa Tomlinson, Katrina 
Dotson, Tiffany Noble, Antrinette Williams, Erin Williamson, and Marty Albright, filmer. 



Lady Wolves Roster 



No. 


Name 


Ht. ( 

5' 8" 


Ilass 


High School 
Bogue Chitto 


Hometown 


#11 


Felicia Ferguson 


S 


Bogue Chitto, MS 


#20 


Tamela Clark 


5' 5" 


F 


Jefferson County 


Fayette, MS 


#21 


Chassity Cubie 


5'3" 


S 


Vidalia 


Vidalia, LA 


#22 


Kizzy Greene 


5'9" 


F 


Opelousas 


Opelousas, LA 


#23 


Clarissa Tomlinson 


5'10-l/2" 


S 


Chapel Trafton 


Melbourne, Australia 


#24 


Torie Hinson 


57" 


F 


Simsboro 


Natchez, MS 


#30 


Shirlena Allen 


5'9" 


F 


Brookhaven 


Brookhaven, MS 


#32 


Krisztina Hollosy 


5'7" 


F 


Szent-Gyorgyi Albert 


Szombathely, Hungary 


#33 


Erin Williamson 


5'9" 


S 


Wesson 


Georgetown, MS 


#34 


Katrina Dotson 


5'11" 


F 


Jefferson County 


Natchez, MS 


#40 


Gwen Redd 


5'6" 


F 


Brookhaven 


Brookhaven, MS 


#42 


Kanyma O'Quinn 


5'6" 


F 


Jefferson County 


Union Church, MS 


#43 


Demetric Smith 


5'4" 


F 


Enterprise 


Wesson, MS 


#45 


Tiffany Noble 


5'10" 


F 


Loyd Star 


Brookhaven, MS 


#50 


Antrinette Williams 


5*9" 


F 


Jefferson County 


Fayette, MS 



President: Dr. Howell Garner 

Coach: Gwyn H. Young 

Athletic Trainer: Jeff Moss 

Filmer: Marty Albright 

Managers: Stephanie Delaughter, Daisy Moore, Shanika Hill 

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1997-98 Wolves 




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The 1997-98 Wolves are (front, left to right) Marty Albright, manager; Ronald Guice, Jacient Winnfield, Ben Adams, Calvert 
Sims, Broderick McCoy, Blake Case, Jimmy Walton, and Preston White, manager. On the back are Jeff Moss, trainer; Dennis 
Sims, head coach; Don Spraggins, manager; David Walker, Eisert Arpad, Darius Arnold, Carlos Smith, Terrance Alexander, 
Bobby Dixon, Donald Fleming, student assistant; and Billy McGuire, assistant coach 



Wolfpack Roster 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht 


Class 


High School 


Hometown 


#22 


Ben Adams 


G 


6-1 


F 


South Terrebone 


Houma, LA 


#42 


Terrance Alexander 


C-F 


6-5 


S 


Mendenhall 


Florence, MS 


#34 


Darius Arnold 


C-F 


6-6 


S 


Brookhaven 


Brookhaven, MS 


#24 


Eisert Arpad 


G-F 


6-6 


F 


Madach Imre 


Eger, Hungary 


#10 


Blake Case 


G 


5-11 


F 


West Lincoln 


Brookhaven, MS 


#41 


Bobby Dixon 


F 


6-5 


S 


Hazlehurst 


Hazlehurst, MS 


#3 


Ronald Guice 


G 


5-9 


F 


Jefferson Co. 


Fayette, MS 


#25 


Willie Hackett 


G-F 


6-2 


F 


Crystal Springs 


Crystal Springs, MS 


#11 


Broderick McCoy 


G 


6-0 


F 


Franklin Co. 


Roxie, MS 


#5 


Calvert Sims 


G-F 


6-3 


F 


Magee 


Magee, MS 


#44 


Carlos Smith 


F-C 


6-6 


S 


Brookhaven 


Monticello, MS 


#15 


Jimmy Walton 


G 


5-8 


s 


Natchez 


Natchez, MS 


#33 


David Walker 


G-F 


6-5 


s 


Surrattszille 


Temple Hills, MD 


#35 


Jacient Winnfield 


G-F 


6-0 


F 


Franklin Co. 


Roxie, MS 



School President: Dr. Howell Garner 

Athletic Director: Gwyn Young 

Men's Head Coach: Dennis Sims 

Assistant Coach: Bill McGuire 

Sports Information: Burlian Walker 

Managers: Preston White, Marty Albright, Don Spraggins 

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Wolves 




#22 

BEN ADAMS 

High School: South Terrebone 
Position: Guard 
Height: 6-1 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Houma, LA 
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

Martin 
H.S. Coach: Mickey Groom 



#42 

TERRANCE 

ALEXANDER 

Hgh School: Mendenhall 
Position: Center/Forward 
Height:6-5 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Florence, MS 
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Donald 

Alexander 
H.S. Coach: James Crain 





#34 

DARIUS ARNOLD 

High School: Brookhaven 
Position: Center /Forward 
Height: 6-6 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Brookhaven, MS 
Parents: Diane Arnold 
H.S. Coach: Dale Kimble 



#24 

EISERT ARPAD 

High School: Madach Imre 
Position: Forward /Guard 
Height: 6-6 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Eger, Hungary 
Parents: Juhasz Zsuzsanna & 

Eisert Arpad 
H.S. Coach: Sipos Joseph 





#10 

BLAKE CASE 

High School: West Lincoln 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5-10 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Brookhaven, MS 
Parents: Steve & Brenda Case 
H.S. Coach: Jason Case 



#41 

BOBBY DIXON 

High School: Hazlehurst 
Position: Center 
Height: 6-5 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Hazlehurst, MS 
Parents: Bobby & Christine 

Dixon 
H.S. Coach: Anatol Davenport 





#3 

RONALD GUICE 

High School: Jefferson County 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5-9 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Fayette, MS 
Parents: Dudley & Cassandra 

Guice 
H.S. Coach: Lonnie Walker 



#11 

BRODERICK McCOY 

High School: Franklin County 
Position: Guard 
Height: 6-0 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Roxie, MS 
Parents: Debra McCoy & 

Quincy Thomas 
H.S. Coach: Chris Jordan 




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Wolves 



#5 

CALVERT SIMS 

High School: Magee 
Position: Guard 
Height: 6-3 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Magee, MS 
Parents:Calvert & Petreana 

Sims 
H.S. Coach: Jason Kelley 



#44 

CARLOS SMITH 

High School: Brookhaven 
Position: Forward /Center 
Height: 6-6 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Monticello, MS 
Parent: Christine Smith 
H.S. Coach: Preston Wilson 





#33 

DAVID WALKER 

High School: Surrattsville 
Position: Forward /Guard 
Height: 6-5 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Clinton, MD 
Parents: Albert & Darlene 

Walker 
H.S. Coach: Jim Butler 



#15 

JIMMY WALTON 

High School: Natchez 
Position: Guard 
Height: 5-8 
Class: Sophomore 
Hometown: Natchez, MS 
Parents: Johnette Walton 
H.S. Coach: Mike Martin 








DONALD FLEMING 
Student Assistant 



#35 

JACIENT WINNFIELD 

High School: Franklin County 
Position: Forward 
Height: 6-0 
Class: Freshman 
Hometown: Roxie, MS 
Parents: Betty Winnfield & 

Dyhral Briggs 
H.S. Coach: Chris Jordan 




MARTY ALBRIGHT 



Not Pictured: 

#25 

WILLIE HACKETT 

High School: Crystal Springs 

Position: Forward 

Height: 6-2 

Class: Freshman 

Hometown: Crystal Springs, MS 

Parents: Willie & Louise Hackett, Sr. 

H.S. Coach: Robert Green 





DON SPRAGGINS 
Manager 



PRESTON WHITE 
Manager 



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About the Players 

SOPHOMORES 

TERRANCE ALEXANDER, a graduate of Mendenhall High School, played for the 1995 4A Runner-up State 
Champions. During his senior year, he averaged 10 points and 6 rebounds per game. Last season as a freshman 
for Co-Lin, Terrance averaged 2.1 points and 1.4 rebounds per game. 

DARIUS ARNOLD, a graduate of Brookhaven High School, played for the Panthers, averaging 1.2 points and 
1.4 rebounds per game. 

BOBBY DIXON, a graduate of Hazlehurst High School, averaged 17 points, 9 rebounds, and 3 assists per game. 
During his senior season, he was named to the All-District team. 

CARLOS SMITH, a graduate of Brookhaven High School, averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds per game. 
During his senior season, he was named to the All-District and All-County teams. Carlos also plays defensive 
end for the Wolves football team. 

DAVID WALKER, a graduate of Surrattsville High School, averaged 18 points, and 8 rebounds per game. 
David was first team All-County his senior year. The summer of 1996, he was named to the National 211 AAU 
All- American Team. As a freshman at Co-Lin he averaged 4.8 points and 3.4 rebounds per game. 

JIMMY WALTON, a Natchez High School product, averaged 22 points per game while being named to the All- 
South State and All-Metro teams. Jimmy also played for the 1994 5A State Champions. Last year as a member 
of the Wolves he averaged 12.1 points, 2.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game. This past season Jimmy was 
selected to the All-State team. 

FRESHMEN 

BEN ADAMS, a graduate of South Terrebone High School in Houma, Louisiana, averaged 26 points, 7.5 
rebounds, 3.0 steals, and 6.0 assists per game. During his senior year, Ben was selected to the Louisiana All- 
State team. 

EISERT ARPAD, a graduate of Madach Imre High School in Eger, Hungary, averaged 29 points, 8.2 rebounds 
and 4.6 assists per game. Arpie was selected the MVP in the National High School Final Four and finished the 
year 2nd in scoring in Hungary. 

BLAKE CASE, valedictorian at West Lincoln High School, averaged 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists per 
game. Blake was selected to the 1996 All-South and All-State teams, as well as being selected All-District his last 
three seasons. 

RONALD GUICE, a graduate of Jefferson County High School, averaged 19.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 
and 5 steals per game. 

WILLIE HACKETT, a graduate of Crystal Springs High School, averaged 18 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists 
per game. During his senior season, he was named to the All-District team. 

BRODERICK McCOY, a Franklin County High School product, averaged 23 points, 11 rebounds, 5 steals, and 
3 assists per game. During his senior season, he was named to the All-District, All-Metro, All-South State, and 
All-State teams. 

CALVERT SIMS, a Magee High School graduate, averaged 20.2 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, and 4 assists per 
game. During his senior season, he was named to the All-District team. 

JACIENT WINNFIELD, a graduate of Franklin County High School, averaged 16 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 
assists per game. During his senior season, he was selected to the All-District and All-South teams. 



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Wesson, Mississippi 
39191 




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gram and the Foundation's work. 



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The "Wolfpack" Club has four levels 

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All contributions are tax deductible when made payable to the Copiah- 
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"WOLFPACK" CLUB 
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COPIAH-LINCOLN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
Dr. J. H. Stribling 

Chairman 
R. S. Parker 

Vice Chairman 
L. G. Young 

Secretary 
Ken Bailev 
P. E. Bates, Jr. 
Billy Britt 
Calvin Britt 



Dr. George Brumfield 
John Bull 
Jack Burt 
Don Cagle 
Mary Cleveland 
John Dickey 
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John Dow 
Gerald Horn 
Larry Jones 



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Thelma Taylor Newsome 

Johnny Rushing 

Martha Sinclair 

Dale Sullivan 

Steve Wells 

Mildred Maxine Williams 

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Dr. Howell C. Garner '. President 

Dr. Paul Johnson Dean of the College 

James E.Kyzar Business Manager 

Ray Ishee Dean of Student Personnel 

Burlian Walker Director of Public Relations/ Alumni Affairs 

Ann H. Hawkins '. Executive Director, Foundation 

Dr. Ronnie Nettles Dean of Natchez Campus 

COPIAH-LINCOLN COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

President Bradley Smith 

Vice-President Danny Moseley 

Secretary /Treasurer Susan Buckley Berry 

REPRESENTATIVES 

Copiah County Lester Furr 

Lincoln County T W. "Billy" Hickman 

Simpson County Wiley Ainsworth 

Franklin County ■. Barry Tyson 

Lawrence County Tommy E. Jolly, Jr. 

Jefferson County Lynn Posey 

Adams County Martha Salters 

At Large Bobby Britt, Dr. Kenneth Walley 

Past President Barry Tyson 

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES 

Faculty Representative Jane A. Smith 

Student Representative Angie Mullins 

College President Dr. Howell C. Garner 

Dean of Student Personnel Ray Ishee 

Executive Director of the Foundation Ann H. Hawkins 

COPIAH-LINCOLN ATHLETIC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

President Alton Greenlee 

Vice-President Tim Walden 

Secretary Chesley Boggan 

COPIAH-LINCOLN COMMUNITY COLLEGE GOLD CLUB 

President Stacey Reid Duke 

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Secretary Ann McLean Jackson 

ALUMNI AFFAIRS STAFF 

Burlian O'Neal Walker Director 

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Gayle M. Ross and Tom Ross Graphic Art and Typesetting 

Lois D. Hawkins Office Secretary 

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Tillmon Bishop Dr. Phyllis Lanier Cindy Hyde-Smith 

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Wolves return three players 




After finishing the 1996-97 season with a regular sea- 
son South Division Championship, runner-up in the 
South Division Tournament, semi-final appearance in 
the Region XXIII Tournament and a 22-7 record, the 
Wolves return one full-time starter and two part-time 
starters. The future looks good for the 1997-98 season 
with the return of three players with experience and 
the signing of several freshmen. 
Along with the valuable leadership from the sopho- 
mores and talented freshmen class, the year looks 
promising for second year coach Dennis Sims. Coach 
Sims said "I am looking forward to the upcoming sea- 
son and believe that this team will be capable to build 

on last seasons accomplishments." 

Returning players from 1996-97 are Jimmy Walton, 

a 5-8 starting point guard from Natchez High School 

who averaged 12.1 points per game and was second 

team All-State; David Walker, a 6-5 guard /forward 

from Clinton, Maryland, who averaged 4.8 points and 

3.4 rebounds per game; and Terrance Alexander, a 6-5 

forward from Mendenhall High School averaging 2.1 

points and 1.4 rebounds per game. 

Newcomers are Ben Adams, 6-1 guard from 

Houma, La.; Eisert Arpad, 6-7 forward from Eger, 

Hungary; Eric Barnes, 6-3 guard (transfer) from 

Lawrence County High School; Blake Case, 5-10 guard 

from West Lincoln High School; Ronald Guice, 5-10 

guard from Jefferson County High School; Willie 

Hackett, 6-3 forward from Crystal Springs High 

School; Broderick McCoy, 6-0 guard from Franklin 

County High School; Calvert Sims, 6-3 forward from 

Magee High School; Carlos Smith, 6-6 forward from 

Crystal 
Springs 
High 
School; 

Tony Smith, 6-1 guard from Mendenhall High School; 
and Jacient Winnfield, 6-0 forward from Franklin 
County High School. 
Lost to graduate are Tradell Anderson, Donald 
Fleming (MACJC ALL-STAR), Darren Heckerd, 
Gregory Odoms (MACJC ALL-STAR), Chip Smith and 
James Thrasher. 



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After finishing the 1996-97 season as the reg- 
ular season South Division Champs, South 

Division Champions, MACJC State Champion- 
ship, NJCAA Region XXIII Championship, 

NJCAA National Tournament Appearance and 

a 29-5 record, the Lady Wolves will return two 

full-time starters. Coach Young is excited about 

the 1997-98 season with the return of 5 players 

and a talented freshman class. 

With Chassity Cubie and Clarissa Tomlinson 

returning as full-time starters and Felicia 

Ferguson with loads of experience, the Lady 

Wolves are ready to play Chassity Cubie, 5'3" 

guard from Vidalia High School, played in 34 

games, averaged 11.2 points and 3.8 rebounds, 

was first team 
MACJC All-State and 
Region XXIII All- 
Tournament; Clarissa Tomlinson, 5' 10" guard from Chapel Trafton High School (LA 
and hometown is Melbourne, Australia), played in 34 games, averaged 7.1 points, 
4.3 rebounds, 3.4 assist, and MACJC second team All-State; Felicia Ferguson, 5'8" 
guard for Bogue Chitto High School, played in 33 games, averaged 3.0 points, 3.2 
rebounds and 1.4 assist; Shanika Hill, 5'8-l/2" forward played in 14 games, aver- 
aged 1.8 points and 2.4 rebounds; Erin Williamson, 5"9]1 forward played in 15 
games as a member of the Lady Wolves. 

Newcomers for the 1997-98 season include Shirlena Allen, 5'9" forward from 
Brookhaven High School; Tamela Clark, 5'5" guard from Jefferson County High 
School; Stephanie Delaughter, 5'6-l/2" guard 
from Enterprise High School; Katrina Dotson, 
5' 11" forward from Jefferson County High 
School; Torie Hinson, 5'7" guard from Simsboro 
High School (LA); Krisztina Hollosy, 5'8" guard 
from Szent-Gyorgyi Albert High School 
(Hungary); Lindsay May, 6'0" forward/post 
from Mendenhall High School; Tiffany Noble, 
5'9" guard/forward from Loyd Star High 

School; Kanyma O'Quinn, 5'6" guard from Jefferson County High School; 

Gwen Redd, 5'6" guard from Brookhaven High School; Demetrics Smith, 

5'3" guard from Enterprise High School; Antrinette Williams, 5'11" forward 

from Jefferson County High School. 

The Lady Wolves will have several positions to fill in this year's line-up, 

but Coach Young feels they can compete in the strong MACJC conference. 

This could be another outstanding season for the Lady Wolves if each play- 
er is committed to excellence. 

Lost to graduation are Demetrics Cain (1st team All-State, Region XXIII 

All-Tourn., Region XXIII, team MVP, University of Southern Mississippi 

signee), Terri Channell, Nikki Gray, Nikki Harthorne, Sherry Rankin, Rusty 

Webb (William Carey signee), Kasandra Woods (Southern University 

signee). 





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Copiah-Lincoln Community College 
1997-1998 Wolfpack Basketball Schedule 

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION 

Coahoma *Clarksdale 

Holmes Wesson 

George Wallace **Selma, AL 

Coahoma ............ Wesson 

Holmes Goodman 

Mary Holmes.... ................................... Wesson 

George Wallace »».....♦...„„... Wesson 

Delgado New (Orleans, LA 

Jones ..Ellisville 

Hinds ................. Wesson 

Northwest .,. ,. Senatobia 

Pearl River .,:. Wesson 

Gulf Coast .. Perkinston 

Delgado Wesson 

Mississippi Delta Wesson 

Southwest: 811 .§.# Wesson 

Marf Holmes ***West Point 

East Centrjal.. ..i. t Decatur 

jJpes tjL.k . i, Wesson 

Hinds HL-.^i \-j 9L» Utica 

PefrlRiver ........... ;,;.....,...........,.... ...Poplarville 

Gulf Coast ,. Wesson 

Mississippi Delta Moorhead 

Southwest Summit 

East Central A ^^^^^^^^^^^^^z..^^^~: .........Wesson 

16-19 South Division Tourn Popplarville 

23-24 State Tournament . TBA 

March 2-5 Region XXIII Tournament Clinton 

Game Time: 6:00 p.m. ~ *Game Time: 1:00 p.m. 
**Game Time: 5:30 p.m. ~ ***Game Time: 3:00 p.m. 



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1998. ..A year of optimism and hopes of high achievement from the Co- 
Lin Wolfpack. This year's squad will be looking to build on the success of the 
1997 team. 1997 saw Co-Lin start the season with only 2 wins out of the first 
12 games, but rebounded to go 25-14 for the remainder of the season. The 27 
wins bettered the old school record for number of wins by 4 games. The end 
of the season came in the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament championship game 
as the Wolfpack lost a close 3-2 decision to the Rangers of Northwest. 

The base of this year's squad is 
built around 13 returning sophomores 
off of last year's team. Returning 
members of the pitching staff are 
Colby Calcote, Brandon Belanger, 
Brian Barlow, Neill Raney, Justin 
Garner, Brandon Thompson and Scott 
Murray. Outfielders returning are 
Paul Smith, Scott Murray, Lee 
Molaison and Justin Garner. Infielders 
coming back off of last year's squad 
are Brandon Thompson, Brent Walker, 
Jack Evans, Brian Fisher, Scott Booth 
and Bryan Rabb. Lee Molaison is the 
lone returning catcher. 

A talented group of freshmen will be trying to make their mark in the program 
this year. This group includes Joseph Paul, Alex Shoemake, Julian Bourgeois, 
Derek Peets, Josh Smith and Brent Quinn. Other freshmen that could make an 
impact include Lance Beesley, Russ Hazlip, Joseph Durr, Casey Edwards, David 
Parson and Jay Blackmon. Competition will be strong for spots on this year's 
squad and several other walk-ons could very will play a large role in this year's 
team. 

Keith Case returns for his sixth season as skipper of the Wolfpack. The contin- 
ued success of the baseball program in wins and losses, as well as continued improvement in the facilities has been very 
evident over the last six years under the direction of Coach Case. First year assistants this season include Co-Lin alumnus 
Chad Caillet and Rusty Miller. Coach Caillet was an infielder at Co-Lin and at the University of Southern Mississippi. 
Coach Miller was a pitcher at Southwest C.C. and at Louisiana College. Returning for his sixth year with the Wolfpack is 
PA. announcer Dennis White. Managers in their first season with the Wolfpack are Bo Hailey and David Booth. The per- 
son who keeps the Wolves healthy and on the diamond is second year training Jeff Moss. 

1998... A year of the Wolfpack on the diamond. An exciting schedule that includes 32 home games at beautiful Sullivan 
Field should entice all fans to follow this year's edition of "Co- Lin Baseball". Don't miss the action when the umpire calls 
"play ball". See you at all Co-Lin games. 




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Wolfpack Baseball 

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Feb. 18 Mississippi Delta 

21 Mary Holmes 

22 Holmes 
25 Northeast 

27 Holmes 

Mar. 1 Mississippi Delta 

3 Miss. Gulf Coast 

9 Kishwaukee 

10 Kishwaukee 

11 Florissant Valley 

12 Florissant Valley 
15 Shelby State 

17 Jackson State 

21 Pearl River 

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25 Mary Holmes 

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Men's tennis finishes season nationality -ranked 



Ranked #25 nationally in the final regular season ITA (Intercollegiate 
Tennis Association) coaches poll, Co-Lin's '97 Wolfpack compiled a 10-3 dual 
match record, finishing third in the MACJC state/NJCAA Region 23 tourna- 
ment. "We had three Mississippi teams ranked in the final regular season ITA 
NATIONAL TOP 25. It says a lot about how far Mississippi community college 
tennis has come in the last decade or so," says veteran coach Mike Mclntyre. 
"We had ten dual matches rained out during the wettest season in my many 
years of coaching-it was pretty frustrating to have almost half of our regular 
schedule washed away." The '97 'Pack featured six talented tennis players led 
by New Orleans veteran Lee MacAlester, ranked in the regular season ITA 
NATIONAL TOP 50 singles poll in both his freshman and sophomore years. 
The Wolfpack's first ever foreign player, Zambian freshman Brian Mulevu, 
played at #2 singles, followed by freshman Ethan Allen of Covington, LA at 
#3, sophomore Gran Andrews of Patterson, LA at #4, Magee sophomore Josh 
Walker at #5, and Natchez sophomore Brandon Garrity at #6. 

The 'Pack's only regular season losses were to state champ Gulf Coast 
(twice) which featured three Columbians (South American, not Mississippi) in 
the top half of their order and a nail-biting 5-4 loss to arch-rival Hinds. "We 
were quite proud of our 6-3 return victory over the Eagles in a home match at 
the end of the season." 

MacAlester entered the state/regional tournament seeded as the second 
best player in the league with an 11-2 regular season record and cruised to the 
#1 singles final by beating Tim Mask of Itawamba and Chris Austin of 
Northeast by identical 6-3, 6-3 scores. Gulf Coast's defending state champion 
Jose Rodriguez regained his crown by defeating MacAlester for the third time 

in '97. After compiling a 
two-season 33-9 record 
(five losses to 

Rodriguez) at Co-Lin, 
MacAlester will be 
using his skills as a 
member of the Belhaven 
College varsity for '98. 
After struggling to a 7- 
6 regular season, 
Mulevu managed to 
knock off Jay Kyle of 
Holmes, 6-3, 6-0 and 
upset Hinds' tourna- 
ment seed Bill Flowers 
7-6, 6-4 in the #2 bracket 
before falling to 
Northeast's Brandon 
Hankins 6-2, 6-4 in the 
semi-final. Despite his 11-2 record falling to Northeast's Brandon Hankins 6- 
2, 6-4 in the semi-final. Despite his 11-2 record and well deserved second seed- 
ing in the #3 singles bracket, Allen lost 6-4, 6-2 to Jones' Aaron Puckett fol- 
lowing a first round bye. In #4 singles action, Andrews fought his way past 
Itawamba's Nathan Strange 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 before being downed by Rob Fyke, 
the second seed from Hinds, 6-0, 6-2. Entering with an 11-2 record at #5, the 
Pack's second seed from Hinds, 6-0, 6-2. Entering with an 11-2 record at #5, 
the Pack's second-seeded Walker provided one of the tournament's most 
exciting matches following a first round bye. Trailing Shawn Westbrook of 
Northeast in all three sets and down 1-4 in the third, Walker never gave up 
pulling out the victory at 3-6, 7-5, 6-4. Hind's Ben Little managed to finally 
eliminate Walker in another three-setter 6-2, 2-6, 6-1 in the semi-final. "We 
were fortunate to have Josh and older brother Clark ('93 and '94 squads) to 
play for the Wolfpack and they were both a joy to watch. .they never, ever 
thought about giving up before the final hand-shake.. .although neither won a 
title at Co-Lin despite terrific individual records, everyone who watched them 
play will remember them as champions in a much larger sense." A '96 state 
finalist at #6, Garrity entered the tournament with a two-year career record of 
28-6 and seeded #1. He had little trouble making it back to the finals in '97, 
whipping Pearl River's Derrick Brown and Northeast's Jason Freeman both 
by identical 6-0, 6-2 scores before falling to Carlos Saena of Hinds 6-1, 6-1. 

In state/regional tournament doubles action, second-seeded 
MacAlester-Allen (10-3 during season) followed a first round bye by defeat- 
ing Northwest's Russ Kicker-Craig Respress 7-5, 6-2 and Northeast's Ausrin- 
Hankins 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 setting up a championship showdown with top-seeded 
Gulf Coast. Although MacAlester-Allen won the first set 6-3 and were up a 
service break in the second, Gulf Coast's Rodriguez-Shae Sullivan came back 
to dash the Wolves championship hopes 3-6, 7-5, 6-2. In #2 doubles CL's 
fourth seeded Andrews-Garrity drew a first round bye and then beat Pearl 
River's Deornellas-Daniels 6-4, 6-1, before falling to tournament champs Jason 
Woods-Justin Rhodes of Hinds 6-3, 6-2 in the semi's. CL's top-ranked #3 dou- 
bles team of Mulevu-Walker (12-1 during season) followed a bye with a 6-2, 6- 
thrashing of Pearl River's Brown-Stauser and a straight-set 7-5, 6-3 victory 
over Bass-Duvall of Jones in the semi's. The Pack's #3 duo lost a 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 
heartbreaker to Hinds' Fyke-Mitchell for the championship. 





The Wolves finished the team tour- 
nament one notch shy of a trip to the 
NJCAA Nationals in Corpus Christi, TX, 
placing third among twelve teams. 
Mississippi Gulf Coast won the team 
championship with Hinds finishing a 
close runner-up. "We are all so proud of 
their efforts. We're also very proud of the 
fact that we had two Distinguished 
Academic Ail-Americans in MacAlester (4.0 
overall GPA for two years) and Walker 
(3.9 GPA) and that the team finished with 
one of the highest overall cumulative 
GPA's (3.4) in the nation." 

Veterans Brian Mulevu and Ethan 
Allen are expected to lead a group of 
freshman recruits in an attempt to earn 
the 'Pack an eighth trip to the NJCAA 
nationals in Texas next May. Expected to 
be among the talented rookies are a pair 
of brother connections, Lance MacAlester 
of Atlanta and John Allen of Covington, 
LA, in addition to several district high 
school hopefuls. 

Compiling a career dual match 
record of 270 wins and 43 losses in 19 sea- 
sons, Mclntyre is excited about eh future 
of the Wolves varsity tennis program, 
especially considering the recent up- 
grading of Co-Lin tennis facilities. "We 
now have two new courts and three 
recently renovated old courts, all light- 
ed." Two or three additional courts are 
still on the current drawing board, sched- 
uled to be built within the next few years. 
"I don't know that they are aware of it, 
but the 300-plus student-athletes I've had 
the privilege to work with over almost 

two decades have had a lot to do with improving our tennis complex-up- 
coming players owe thanks to the many 'legends of the program.'" 

A USPTR-certified tennis teaching professional, Mclntyre has been 
named MACJC "Coach of the Year" five times and NJCAA Region 23 "Coach of 
the Year" four times, while watching his Wolves win five state and four region- 
al team championships, plus 17 other team honors. He has coached 64 indi- 
vidual state and regional champions, plus 17 other team honors. He has 
coached 64 individual state and regional champions and has had nine teams 
ranked in the NATIONAL TOP 25 ("86 women, '87 women, '88 men, '89 men, 
'90 men, '91 men, '93 men, '96 men and '97 men). The undefeated (24-0) 1990 
team was the first Mississippi team to ever finish in the "TOP 10" in the 
NJCAA nationals. Named Mississippi Association of Coaches (MAC) Coach of 
the Year for community college tennis in 1986, 1989, and 1990, Mclntyre 
received the MACJC Leadership and Service Award for association and com- 
munity contributions, 1984-90. He participated in the 1987, 1993, 1994, 1995, 
and 1996 USPTR International Symposia at Hilton Head Island, SC. He served 
as president of the MACJC Tennis Coaches Association from 1984-90 and is a 
former member of the MACJC and NJCAA Region 23 executive boards (chair- 
man, 1985-91), in addition to being a member of the ITA (Intercollegiate 
Tennis Association). 



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Women's tennis returns to Co-Lin 



The women's tennis team completed its first season in several 
years under first year coach Brenda Smith with a 2-7 in dual match 
play 

Coach Smith likes to refer to the team as the "volunteers" since all 
team members were not tennis recruits. "However they worked 
hard to improve throughout the year and showed definite 
progress," she said. 

Team members included Magee sophomore Kristen Horton, 

Pearl sophomore Kary 
Baker and Simpson 
Academy's Jennifer 
Sullivan. Freshmen 
team members were 
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Angie Mullins, Men- 
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Delta 

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Lady Wolves compete in regional 

The 1997 Lady Wolves were 12 and 12 in the South Division which gave them the oppor- 
tunity to compete in the State Tournament held at the Timberton Complex in Hattiesburg. The 
Lady Wolves finished fifth in the State Tournament which sent them to the Region 23 tourna- 
ment in New Albany. 

Because of the berth in these two tournaments, the Lady Wolves were successful even after 
the loss of 4 potential starters at Christmas break just before the season began. 

D.D. Cain of Natchez, a power hitting, 3rd baseman, was selected for the All Region 23 

team. After finishing a great 
year in basketball, she stepped 
right in and finished the softball 
season with 28 R.B.I. 's and had a 
slugging Pet. of .816. 

Also selected to the All State 
team was Jolene Murphy of 
Amite, La. She led the team in 
put outs with 90 and had a bat- 
ting average of .459. Freshman 
Jenny Reynolds of Florence was 
selected for the Golden GJove 
award and Mandy Douglas of 
Wesson was the freshman play- 
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Four lead track team 



Four veterans will be leading the Wolfpack track team as they work hard to win the state meet. 

Returning are Lawrence Thomas of Franklin County, who will run the 100-meter; Ashley Cooper of Fort Walton Beach, 
Fla., the 200-meter; Tony Hoeniges of Brookhaven, the 1500-meter; and Chris Lincoln of Natchez, the 800-meter. 

Nick Bailey of Natchez, the 1997 5-Ahigh school state champion in the 100-meter will add to the team's success. Others 
are expected to join the team in the spring. 

"We are looking for a great year in track. We'll have several young men who will work hard on the team," states Coach 
Calvin Green. 

Craig Moore, who signed to play football at Mississippi State upon graduation, will be missed. Moore, of Immokalee, 
FLa., won the state championship in 1996 in the shot put and discus. 




Soccer sets '97 schedule 

There is a new type of football at Co-Lin this year. Soccer has 
arrived on the campus of Co-Lin as a club sport. There was a team 
this past spring, and they played Tulane University, Northeast 
Louisiana University, and Northwestern State University. This 
year the opponents will not be division I-A schools, but they will 
be just as tough. '"Anyone interested in participating, please feel 
free to come practice and play," a player states. The soccer team 
wishes to thank the administration, faculty, and staff for all their 
help and support over the past year. A special thanks goes to Dr. 
Howell Garner, Dr. Billy Thames, Mr. David Smith, and Mr. Ray 
Ishee. Coaching the team is Rick Graham. 





Co-Lin Soccer Schedule* 




DATE 


OPPONENT 


PLACE 


TIME 


Sept. 1 


Jamboree at Hinds 


Raymond 


All Day 




Hinds, Holmes, MS Delta 




Sept 9 


Hinds 


Raymond 


5 p.m. 


Sept. 13 


MS Delta 


Brookhaven 
Sports Complex 


3 p.m. 


Sept 27 


Hinds 


Brookhaven 
Sports Complex 


1 p.m. 


Oct 11 


Holmes-Ridgeland 


Madison 


2 p.m. 


Oct 16 


MS Delta 


Greenville 


7 p.m. 


Oct 25 


Holmes-Ridgeland 


Brookhaven 
Sports Complex 


7 p.m. 




* There are more games being scheduled 





Golf 




Golf is also an intercollegiate sport at Co-Lin. 
Coaching the Wolves are Ronny Ross and Chuck 
Holloway, two of Co-Lin's golf professionals. 

The 1997 team participated in several tourna- 
ments. 



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